Academic Program Chair
Fourteenth SALSA Biennial Conference: Amazon Triple Frontier, 27-30 July 2023
Natalia Buitron is the Jessica Sainsbury Assistant Professor in the Anthropology of Amazonia in the department of anthropology at Cambridge, and she completed her Ph.D at the London School of Economics. Her research explores political subjectivities in lowland South America, specifically how broader political and economic forms interweave with moral selfhood, sociality and religion in daily life.
Her book project titled ‘Autonomy and Government in Upper Amazonia’ explores the remaking of Shuar landscapes and institutions in articulation with the modern state. Her current research connects indigenous politics and political theory to explore the plurality of indigenous sovereignties emerging from Amazonia.
Natalia is also interested and has written about the indigenous uses of scholarly and autobiographical writing, and the paradoxes of state-sponsored patrimonializing and intercultural education projects.
Natalia Buitron’s institutional webpages:
Reminder Call for Individual Proposals
Natalia Buitron, Academic Program Chair (11 January, 2023)
This is a quick reminder for the call for individual proposals for Panels, Workshops and Special Events of the XIV SALSA Biennial Conference 2023.
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Message from the Academic Program Chair
23 October, 2022
Please take a look at this quick video where I answer some FAQs and give more details about the conference! The video is in Spanish so please remember to switch on the personalized subtitle option for English and Portuguese on YouTube. You can do this by going to “Settings” and then “Subtitles”.